Dr. Ian Salter

Senior Research Scientist

Ian Salter
Division Biosciences | Deep Sea Ecology and Technology
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Email Ian Salter
Phone +49(471)4831-2386
Fax +49(471)4831-1149
Address Alfred Wegener Institute
Am Handelshafen 12,
D-27570 Bremerhaven
(Room B-1010)
ORCID http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4513-0314


FRAM Work package (4.1) leader

Research interests

Biological vectors of export flux Structure and function of particle-attached bacteria Dissolved and particulate nutrient stoichiometry Autonomous samplers and time-series observations High-latitude biogeochemistry

Latest Publications

Planktic foraminifer and coccolith contribution to carbonate export fluxes over the central Kerguelen Plateau (2016)
Rembauville, Mathieu; Meilland, J.; Ziveri , Patrizia; Schiebel, Ralf; Blain, S.; Salter, Ian
hdl: 10013/epic.47483

Conference Item
Long-term investigations of summertime chlorophyll a, particulate organic carbon and continuously observations of vertical particle flux in Fram Strait and the central Arctic Ocean (2016)
Nöthig, Eva-Maria; Bauerfeind, Eduard; Bracher, Astrid; Cherkasheva, Alexandra; Fahl, Kirsten; Lalande, Catherine; Metfies, Katja; Peeken, Ilka; Salter, Ian; Boetius, Antje; Soltwedel, Thomas
hdl: 10013/epic.47798

Ecosystem productivity is associated with bacterial phylogenetic distance in surface marine waters (2015)
Galand, Pierre E.; Salter, Ian; Kalenitchenko, Dimitri
hdl: 10013/epic.47519

Export fluxes in a naturally iron-fertilized area of the Southern Ocean - Part 1: Seasonal dynamics of particulate organic carbon export from a moored sediment trap (2015)
Rembauville, Mathieu; Salter, Ian; Leblond, N.; Gueneugues, A; Blain, S.
hdl: 10013/epic.47495

Export flixes in a naturally iron-fertilzed area of the Southern Ocean - Part 2: Importance of diatom resting spores and faecal pellets for export (2015)
Rembauville, Mathieu; Blain, S.; Armand, L.; Quéguiner, B.; Salter, Ian
hdl: 10013/epic.47517